Development and Installation of a Continuous Water Monitoring Systems for the AEDC
Final rept. Mar 1991-May 1992
ES INDUSTRIES BERLIN NJ
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A system to sample and analyze water from Rowland Creek at AEDC for hydrocarbon contaminants has been developed under a Small Business Innovation Research SBIR program contract. The online continuous water monitoring system involves the combination of two gas chromatographs GC. The first instrument combines a gasliquid sparger and a GC. The sparger uses an inert gas, helium, to remove and concentrate volatile organic chemicals which are then sequentially analyzed using a GC. The second gas chromatographic instrument involves the analysis of nonvolatile water samples through direct injection of water.
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Water Pollution and Control